Bonhams will unveil a great selection of collectors' cars as part of its annual sale of motor cars and automobilia in Monaco, on April 30.
This year, the annual Les Grandes Marques à Monaco celebrates its 21st consecutive year and takes place at the Musée des Voitures du Prince.
Leading the charge, a historic 1950 Ferrari 166/195S Cabriolet by Vignale is expected to fetch in the region of €1m.
From the same marque is a very rare and sought after "alloy bodied" 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB, estimated at €680,000 -840,000.
An early 1989 Ferrari F40, formerly owned by Michel Neugarten, is also for sale. Raced in the Italian GT championship and the BPR series, it carries an estimate of €230,000-280,000.
A rare 1976 'vetroresina' Ferrari 308 GTB 1976 is also expected to drive lots of interest.
It will sell estimated at €50,000-80,000.
Meanwhile, Bonhams enjoyed great results at its Oxford auction, earlier this month. The event boasted classic cars from every decade, and achieved a total of £1,017,317 in sales.